Westfield Warringah Mall redevelopment unveiled

Westfielld Warringah MallWestfield Warringah Mall has opened its new fresh food marketplace and eatery, the first stage of the centre’s $310 million redevelopment which will be completed in late 2016.

More than 25 new and returning retailers will open their doors in the area, including Banana Blossom, The Natural Butcher and Samjon Seafood.

The launch includes four days of events and entertainment, with 2015 My Kitchen Rules winners Will Stewart and Steve Flood (a.k.a. The Gourmet Pommies) hosting live cooking demonstrations with fresh seasonal produce on July 2.

The new retailers that opened on Level 1 include The Reject Shop, Lowes and Just Cuts, which was officially opened by former PM Tony Abbott.

The centre will also open five new levels of car parking, with access off the Cross St. The multi-deck parking structure will have approximately 1,200 spaces.

Scentre Group, owner and operator of Westfield centres in Australia and New Zealand, said construction of the Westfield Warringah Mall is progressing well and on track for completion in the fourth quarter of 2016.

The final stage of the construction will include the launch of Australia’s first “New Look” Myer department store and an additional 70 retailers, the group stated.

Ton Abbott cuts the ribbon at Just Cuts Warringa Mall.

Tony Abbott cuts the ribbon at Just Cuts Warringah Mall.

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